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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1790: #1790 On the Ninth Day of Christmas . . .

10-18-2016 01:02 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 0 comments »

Yesterday was a good day in many respects. Not only did I feel as if I got a bit caught up with things, but I was feeling a bit more like myself again. (My productive self, that is!)  I think the two days away really did me a world of good. Not only was in inspired by seeing so much creativity and beauty, but I got a chance to not think about the business, my computer or any of my day-to-day tasks for a short time. While I missed having Keith travel with me, it was a comfort knowing that...

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How To Make a Pocket Hole Jig/Step Drill Bit With a Few Tools

10-18-2016 01:50 AM by CrazyRussianWoodShop | 0 comments »

Drilling 15 degree 15/32” holes 7/8” apart. 1/2 inch from the bottom of the jig. Cutting the inserts Cleaning up a little after they were glued in Making a Step Drill Bit Some manual sharpening You can see the process in details here in this 3 min. video that has all the necessary instructions and measurements: Happy Woodworking! Michael

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Preventing Router Table Tearout!

10-18-2016 12:27 AM by A Slice of Wood Workshop | 0 comments »

Here are a few tips on preventing tearout on router tables. Check it out, subscribe, and leave comments!

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Pine Auger bit box #3: Holder #1, test drive

10-18-2016 12:04 AM by bandit571 | 2 comments »

Not too sure I like how it is going. Played hooky today, tomorrow I find out about my version of Big Ben’s Knee. Got pretty worn out trying to get ONE holder done. Block was short in length by..~1/8-1/4”....have that fixed. These are the bits I am trying to build a holder for….and, These are the drills I thought I’d use to make the holder.. First hole wasn’t that great. I tried holding the block at a 45 degree angle in the vise. Bit followed th...

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Toy costruction #112: 32 Chevy Adding the last touchs

10-17-2016 08:15 PM by htl | 15 comments »

My first radiator didn’t turn out right I made the trim to thin and close to the edge so when I started sanding it the radiator under the trim came throw so made a better one or at least different. What caused the problem was not having the right size router bit and cutting too big a seat for the radiator but on this second try it hit me that my laminate trimmer bit would do it with a smaller bearing on it. Then on to making the front axle.

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My Journey As A Creative Designer - Woodworking and Beyond #1789: Back From My Break

10-17-2016 02:59 PM by Sheila Landry (scrollgirl) | 4 comments »

“How can you miss me if I don’t go away?” It’s one of those questions that may seem to state the obvious, but few seem to get it. As many of you that follow me know, I have been going through a kind of ‘transition’ all summer long. I have been blogging for what I think may be six years already (I truly lost count) and never mind sharing my creative adventures with you all. (Some personal ones as well!) You have been just as inspirational to me as you ...

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Woodturning Projects #2: Candlestick Holder

10-17-2016 02:20 PM by Scott Seganti | 0 comments »

Here’s a new video I did making a candlestick holder:

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Rocking Chair #7: Gluing up the rockers

10-17-2016 02:16 PM by cwdance1 | 1 comment »

Got both of the rockers formed and doing some shaping on the rocker. Now comes the never ending sanding.

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Carving a Life Size Statue #4: Jointing the arms,Sizing the body,Carving some details

10-17-2016 12:57 PM by Dennis Zongker | 17 comments »

This is definitely the most difficult carving for me so far in my life. I’m learning a ton and getting in good shape doing something that I love to do. Using a plum bob is an excellent way to find depth points to re-ensure that I don’t carve to deep. On the face alone using 37 different points to locate important depths to match up crucial face details. The face is not fully detailed I will go back and detail after the arms and hands have been sized then I will glue on the arm...

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Marble to wood

10-17-2016 11:03 AM by loxley | 2 comments »

Hello everyone, Jonathan here from England. I actually work in marble but as I love design in general I have decided to embark on a few wood projects. You can all see my work on Google images if it interests you. Just type in Jonathan Loxley. I guess I first wanted to ingratiate myself with you all as a newbie by showing I have skills but little knowledge on the wood front.So I’m looking to tap knowledge and share on my next projects.Best wishes,

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